A wide-ranging list of opera singers, film stars, and rock icons, Freddie Mercury’s influences reveal why he was driven to create such a vast body of work.
Entitled 'Q: A Night At The Kabuki' premieres at the Tokyo Metropolitan Theatre on 8 October.
The new collection will be issued by Hollywood Records in North America and Mercury Records in the rest of the world.
The Super Firework events will light up the night skies with 13000 fireworks synched to Queen’s music in a one hour spectacle.
The name Tsum Tsum derives from the Japanese verb tsumu meaning "to stack", because the rectangle-shaped toys are designed to stack on top of each other.
The campaign offers fans the chance to become a part of Queen history with a starring role in brand new user generated videos for three of the band’s most celebrated tracks.
The iconic mini rock opera became the band’s defining song, and eventually provided the title of the hit 2019 biopic starring Rami Malek as Mercury.
The Queen biopic has moved almost 1.5 million copies on disc and digital download in the UK since its release in February.
Thanks to the release of Queen’s 'Bohemian Rhapsody' biopic, sales of the band’s 'Greatest Hits', which was first released in 1981, have soared.
After breaking box office records around the world, the much-acclaimed film premiered on HBO on Saturday, 6 July.
As yet untitled, the musical will be directed by Michael Mayer and produced by Ken Davenport and Bob Gaudio.
Earlier this year it was announced that the much-acclaimed biopic had made over $900 million at the global box office.
The guitarist posted photos from outside Mercury’s childhood home, his school and more.
The highest grossing music biopic of all time, 'Bohemian Rhapsody' is already beginning to spur spin-offs for audiences still fanatical for the film.
The untitled film centres around George’s early beginnings in an Irish a working-class family and his meteoric rise to fame as the frontman for the 80s pop force Culture Club.
“We look forward to celebrating the anniversary of this special album with you all,” said frontman Robert Smith of the event, “and remember: this album was mixed to be played loud… so...